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Katie Day

Journal of Emerging Investigators | JEI is a scientific journal for middle and high sch... - 0 views

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    the Journal for Emerging Investigators (JEI), a publication founded by a group of Harvard grad students in 2011 that provides a forum for the work of middle school and high school students. It has the same standards as academic journals, and each submission is reviewed by grad students and academics.
Katie Day

Video - A 1940s Guide to Printing - The Atlantic - 1 views

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    An old 1947 video of how books were made mid-20th century -- fascinating
Keri-Lee Beasley

ibooks author: iBooks Author: Publishing and distribution - 0 views

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    Some FAQs about publishing and distribution of iBooks
Jeffrey Plaman

Publishing does not affect visibility options - Google Docs Help - 0 views

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    A guide about publishing google docs on the web.
Keri-Lee Beasley

Smore - Design beautiful online flyers and publish instantly - 5 views

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    Online Flyers that look gorgeous - still in Beta
Jeffrey Plaman

beyond4walls / ICE 3-1-2012 - 1 views

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    eBooks across the curriculum
Jeffrey Plaman

Apple to announce tools, platform to "digitally destroy" textbook publishing - 0 views

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    Article speculating on what Apple's big education announcement might include. Garageband for Textbooks?
Louise Phinney

StoryJumper: publish your own children's book. - 0 views

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    StoryJumper is a place to create and discover stories for kids.
Katie Day

Educational Leadership:Teaching Screenagers:Publishers, Participants All - 0 views

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    "This is a world in which public is the new default. Thought leader Michael Schrage (2010) notes that "the traditional two-page résumé has been turned into a 'personal productivity portal' that empowers prospective employers to quite literally interact with their candidate's work." The rules for building your personal brand are changing at light speed. It's not enough to suggest that we have those admirable skills of creativity, initiative, and entrepreneurship; now we have to show them in action online.

    In short, our résumé is becoming a Google search result, one that we build with the help of others and that requires our participation. Most students are beginning to face this reality without much assistance from the schools charged with preparing them for the world beyond school. That has to change. We need to help students understand more than just the safety and ethics of participating online; we also have to give them opportunities throughout the curriculum to find and follow their passions and publish meaningful, quality work for real global audiences to interact with." Article by Will RIchardson
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